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Symphonic Prog

2.93 | 105 ratings

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1 stars The Decline of Greenslade from the Prog world

"Animal Farm" (1.25 out of 5.00) Seems like Dave Lawson and the remaining members have changed their styles into a more raw sound that makes them a bit more interesting but unfortunately they`ve failed with this almost straightforward rock song that has nothing to do with prog, nothing really worthwile.

"Newsworth" (1.00 out of 5.00) Another rock song that has nothing to do with prog.

"Time and Tide" (2.50 out of 5.00) I don`t like the introduction, it`s a crap. But "Tide" is something more interesting, mysterious and majestic. Surprisingly "Catalan" Kicks Off.

"Catalan" (2.50 out of 5.00) This track provides one of the best moments on this album, not a big deal, both "Time and Tide" and "Catalan" Brings Prog essence in this rock-oriented album, Unfortunately one can get tired of both of them very sooner because of its simplicity.

"The Flattery Stakes" (0.25 out of 5.00) Now All have screwed up; I don`t like this catchier song because it tries to like me and luckily fails... Wait a minute... What have I Heard?!... Female Vocals?!... Yuck!!!

"Waltz for a Fallen Idol" (0.25 out of 5.00) Now I realize that this album is more pop-rock oriented than Prog. It don`t impress me, undistinguished...

"The ass's Ears" (1.75 out of 5.00) This song brings back a bit of hope (Just a bit); a heavy one, energetic and raw but unfortunately sooner came:

"Doldrums" (0.25 out of 5.00) This track is Weak and Boring. It has nothing new.

"Gangsters" (1.50 out of 5.00) I think I`ve heard double bass on this song, a regular ending track for a mediocre album.

1 Star (1.50 really)

raul_siberian | 1/5 |


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